All Veterans get in for FREE for this movie, sponsored by the Montello Theater
Friday December 9th, playing at 7pm
Saturday December 10th playing at 7pm.
Sunday December 11th, playing at 4pm
A pair of U.S. Navy fighter pilots risk their lives during the Korean War and become some of the Navy’s most celebrated wingmen.
Upcoming Movies At Montello Theater:
Black Panther the week of Dec.16th-18th
Puss & Boots Dec 21-23rd
Polar Express Dec. 22 at 4pm, all tickets will be $4
Support the Theater!
Montello Theater T-Shirt or Hoodie’s available for sale, at the Theater or you can order online. All the proceeds go directly to the theater. Learn more here
Did you know you can purchase Montello Theater Gift Cards ONLINE? Send Now or Select a future date to send. A GREAT GIFT and a great way to support Montello Theater. Learn more now.
Support the Theater by purchasing our new book:
1000’s of Stories were told here before a single movie was shown. “The History of Montello Theater” is available via INSTANT download or you can purchase directly at the theater. Learn more and DOWNLOAD here.
NOTE From The Owners:
Kerry Jr, Jen, Lilly & the triplets (Alyssa, Katie, Emma) here. We took over the reins and are continuing the tradition of the Montello Theater! We’ve lived in Montello for 7 years and if you don’t know us yet, we look forward to meeting you.
HUGE thank you to the Anderson Family. They’ve done beyond an amazing job over the last 20 years. We love movies but we really fell in love with the amazing family focused theater THEY created and fostered… We are excited to take over but it is also a big responsibility we are taking very seriously. We won’t change much. Just a few small updates, some paint, etc.
Our goal is to continue family friendly films at fair prices for generations to follow. We are keeping tickets at just 5 dollars! Concession prices will all be very fair as well. We hope to keep the theater open for generations to follow, made only possible because of all your support.
The theater has some amazing History dating back before 1858. 1000s of stories were told in this building before a single film was shown. We will also support the theater by sharing this interesting history and preserving it.
We love Montello and this Theater is the community’s theater.
Please reach out with questions or ideas. Please send us any theater history, newspaper articles etc. We thank you for your support and shared love of the theater. We also have a YouTube Channel (Homesteadhow) and we’ll share everything movie theater related there as well and here on Facebook.